Chase County Warrants and Arrest Records Search

Kansas Arrest Records and Warrant Search

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You get three options when conducting an arrest warrant search in Chase County, KS. You could go to the police station or the sheriff’s office or you could connect with the clerk of court’s department or you could contact the court of the magistrate. In terms of the information you will get, these agencies are almost the same, save for the office of the county clerk.

This agency mans the repository of court dockets, so they have details on civil cases as well as criminal matters. They sit through the hearings held for the issue of arrest warrants from Chase County. They are also told about arrests effected under outstanding warrants because the document is frequently returned to this office and not the court.

So, if you are looking for a combined civil and criminal background check, the county clerk’s office will certainly be a worthy source. The office of the magistrate which is in charge of granting Chase County active warrants can also be petitioned for any inquiries pertaining to judicial instruments. To get in touch with these state departments, go to:

  • The sheriff’s: 301 Walnut, PO Box 628, Cottonwood Falls, Kansas 66845
  • The magistrate’s: 300 Pearl St, Cottonwood Falls, KS 66845
  • The county clerk’s: PO Box 529, Cotton Falls, Kansas 66845

All of these are state criminal justice agencies; this means that if you do have an arrest warrant against you when you walk in to conduct an inquiry, even if the investigation pertains to a third party, you will be taken into custody. If you want a safer option, simply use the form above to access arrest records and information on active warrants from all across the country.

 With 22 crimes reported every year, Chase County, Kansas is undoubtedly one of the safest areas in the state. What’s more is that there is a very good possibility that this situation will prevail, given the drop of almost 50% seen in the rates of violent crime between 2003 and 2006.